Bug#899979: keyboard-configuration: the caron dead-key of the czech keyboard on the console does not work as expected
Samuel Thibault, le ven. 01 juin 2018 16:28:23 +0200, a ecrit:
> Anton Zinoviev, le ven. 01 juin 2018 17:22:06 +0300, a ecrit:
> > On Fri, Jun 01, 2018 at 04:10:36PM +0200, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> > > U+015A would be what you'd expect for a latin1 language (^ + S), and I
> > > guess due to rule ordering, the existing rule doesn't get overrident by
> > > the rule you introduced, so we need to explicitly remove the existing
> > > rule.
> > And what should the future console-setup do with compose+^+S when the
> > encoding is UTF-8? How is this problem solved in X?
> Well, in X XK_dead_caron is separate from XK_dead_circumflex. The issue
> with Linux is that it only has a few dead keys. Maybe we should just go
> and define all X11 deadkeys in Linux (there are like 55 of them, that
> will fit), to be done with the issue.
FTR in the bug report, I have submitted a patch to the LKML on Sun, 3
Jun ("kbd: complete dead keys definitions").